Juan Carlos Morón Urbina offers clients "seriousness, precision, knowledge and dedication" and has the ability to "analyse and anticipate outcomes".
Juan Carlos is a partner at Estudio Echecopar. He specialises in government contracts including infrastructure concessions, public procurement, public services and governmental control.
He has successfully represented clients in administrative proceedings and the interests of several companies before the judiciary and government. He regularly advises public and private entities and international groups.
He has participated in several processes for private promotion in public services and infrastructure, and advised agencies. He graduated in 1989 from Universidad de San Martin de Porres (USMP); holds a master’s degree in constitutional law from the Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru (PUCP); and is currently pursuing a doctorate in Ibero-American administrative law at the University of A Coruña in Spain.
Juan Carlos is a member of the Peruvian Society of Construction Law; the Ibero-American Forum of Administrative Law; and the International Institute of Administrative Law.
His recent publications include: "The influence of the Free Trade Agreements in the updating of the Law of Peruvian contracting" (Cuadernos de Mariñán, 9th Conference on Ibero-American Administrative Law, "Contracting, Territorial Planning and Good Management", 2018); "The normative competences of the Peruvian administrative authorities in matters regarding government contracting" (Digital Journal of Administrative Law, vol.19, published by the Universidad Externado de Colombia, 2017); and “The promotion of self-regulatory measures for the conduct of State contractors: a major step forward (basis and challenges of public procurement in the global scenario)” (Proceedings of the 16th Ibero-American Forum on Administrative Law in Santo Domingo, 2017).
He frequently participates as speaker at various local and international events, and he is also a professor of administrative law and government contracts at PUCP, Universidad de Piura and USMP.